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Embrace your inner expatriate and come away to this new wild west where we live free in our off-grid paradise commune nestled in the green valley of a mountain range jutting out of the sea. No rules. Plenty of consequences.About the place, Mollyville...Rich with cutting-edge technology and abundant in natural resources, Mollyville thrives as a self-policing, paradise community with beaches, cliffs, exotic forests and a system of unknowably vast subterranean caverns that extend beyond sight. Social media is a construct of the past. No emails. No smart phones. No telephones.It's a whole new world separated from ours by distance, exclusion from world maps, and self-reliance. Mollyville is completely off-the-grid.The tenet in mollyville is “Nothing living shall go without love, companionship or care—not a snake, not a tree, not a house—not ever.” It is a covenant all residents have agreed to uphold on a personal level at all times.Mollyvillian culture is unique in the way that there’s no formal law enforcement, but rather an integrity-based peacekeeping by way of calling for ‘a recognizing’ when it’s deemed by influential members of the community that the peace and/or safety of Mollyville is threatened. In this instance, a fluctuating, self-assigned faction of residents take on roles of marauders to exact (a sometimes brutal) satisfaction, making a demand of retribution on behalf of the perceived victims or the community at large, and redistributing their wealth to those who are esteemed to be the most deserving under the circumstances, which sometimes but not always results in the deaths of the targets—though, this happens only in the most extreme cases of offense to the community. Freedom is recognized as one of many inalienable rights and the culture dictates residents give each other a wide berth, tolerating all but some transgressions in the name of keeping the peace.About the story… Bjørn Olsen, a healing psychopath in the golden years of self-recovery, struggles to maintain his cool in the idyllic seaside commune of Mollyville. Plagued by rotten adult children, a careless promiscuous wife, and a vindictive ex-girlfriend, Bjørn finds himself struggling against his dark side to stay in the light.Infuriated by his blackmailing son and fueled by his own jealousy, he hunts his wife’s used-to-be best-friend at the local bar and makes the terrible mistake of approaching her. He had no idea she’d become so bitter. Shouting allegations, she causes a scene.As the salacious gossip rips through Mollyville, whispers of ‘a recognizing’ bleed through the community, Bjørn begins to fear that he, his wife Eva—and maybe all of the Olsens are targets for murder.Miles away, new arrivals to Mollyville, Janik and Nohl, two dodgy grifters tired of selling ‘sensual massages’ and asking for rooms and food on credit, decide to give up their lives of petty crime, allowing themselves to be mentored in the hopes of making Mollyville their new home. Plateau Nick, a crazy artist who prefers life in the forest, offers them a better way of life, and it looks promising, but they are soon to discover that—just like every other place they’ve been—there will be a price to pay.Cast of Characters (partial)Bjørn OlsenMiddle-aged. Healing psychopath in his golden-years of self-recovery. Still has urges but no longer struggles with his desire to act upon them. He’s got his life the way he wants it. As he suspected, his ability to resist violence and the behavior patterns that lead him to it increased once he brought balance into his life through physical fitness, meditation and a loving romantic relationship with a woman he respects and admires.No longer a playboy but still a romantic, Bjørn pushes his own boundaries in his quest to satiate his curiosity about a dangerous beauty he’s been admiring for years.Mx. Goldie GlâsAgeless beauty. It’s impossible even to guess an age for Goldie more than to say she is ‘old enough’. The only more impossible thing to guess is her origin gender. Goldie is a known prostitute. Many residents consequently (and not coincidentally) do know her physiological makeup today but would be hard-pressed to say whether she’s comprised of upgrades or rocking all origin parts.Part-time prostitute when she feels like it and not any other time. Old habits die hard is what Goldie will tell you if you ask why she pimps herself when she doesn’t need to do it to survive.Her real source of wealth comes from wagers she makes at the pub bar. From side-bets on beer pong to speed-shot-sudoku championships, Goldie often wins. All the years on the game honed Goldie’s sense of human intention to near psychic ability. If the cardholder knows what cards they have, by looking at their faces and body language, Goldie will know too. Not above using all her cunning but never a cheat, she doesn’t hesitate to push the wagers up to the highest she knows her opponent will hate to lose and loves to win. Never a sore loser but an especially poor winner when she wins away a treasure from any opponent who has caused her grief in the past.Most coveted winnings: countless family heirloom pieces, “The Concert” by Vermeer, 42 uncut diamonds of unknown origins, more than 14 tiaras set with rubies, emeralds, sapphires, pearls and diamonds, a score of water beads in various sizes—Goldie owns more than these 20 beads.In total she has 29 beads, these 9 others are gifts from her closest friend and fellow mountain adventurer, the house-free man who lives on the plateau.Plateau NickLifetime outdoorsman and resident wide-boy. Wealthy beyond his needs, Nick enjoys the freedoms his talent for creating beautiful natural art provides. Aesthetic value in Mollyville is high.Plateau Nick creates what all residents consider the finest artistic objects in the world. Water beads. Highly prized for their ability to soothe the mind, Nick’s beads are the most coveted treasures in Mollyville. In addition to being hypnotic to look at, the magnificence of Plateau Nick’s beads can be felt, “like when your eyes are closed but you can feel the presence of someone—something—enter the room.”In addition to creating the most coveted currency in Mollyville, he also creates wearable art with metaphysical properties, combining the magnetism of the beads set with crystals designed to interact with the energy field of the wearer.Happiest and at home anyplace beneath the stars, a tree canopy or the open sky, Plateau Nick earned his namesake by frequent sightings of him on Henri Plateau. Bjørn Olsen is one of Plateau Nick’s favorite clients, but his favorite friend is Bjørn’s nemesis—an international arms dealer.MervKnown to all for his kindness and generosity, one of only a few residents that frequently travels to the world and a life beyond Mollyville. Merv has a yacht and uses it often. Currently living in Mollyville’s oldest residence with a live-in assistant, full-time domestic staff, and his teenaged daughter.AnastatiaMerv’s Daughter, and budding chemical biologist. Spends most of her time alone in the forests of Young Heathrow and on the playa. Loves her own company and that of her best friend and business partner.Jovan JazarMollyville’s resident beach bum and self-experimenter, she lives on the playa in a state-of-the-art houseboat with its front doors facing the sea. She knows everyone, and all their business but keeps it to herself. Gregarious but cloistered. If you want to see Jovan Jazar, you’d better head to the playa because she isn’t going to come to you with her euphoria producing vines and seaweeds.Eva OlsenJovan Jazar’s best client, Bjørn’s wife, Goldie’s lover; mother to Antigone, Jas, and Axel Olsen. Ageless beauty. Living the life of her dreams and gorging herself with all pleasantries life has to offer. Holding back nothing, sparing nothing, Eva lives to the fullest. Life-long artist, talented sculptor. Physically fit from frequent swims in the sea, silk aerial acrobatics and frequent hikes to the top of Henri Plateau. Generally soft spoken but prone to recklessness when caught up in passion, or grief.Axel OlsenRockstar extraordinaire, a big fish in a small pond. Mid-thirties. Taller than average, and extremely good-looking, Axel has a way about him that all people find irresistible. One of Mollyville’s newlyweds who still plays around. He’s a man of few words but likely formidable intelligence softened by his woo woo musician persona. Easy to be with, just like his father Bjørn.Intimately close with his only sister Antigone since the beginning of her time yet at odds with his younger brother who despises Axel and who Axel believes to be a complete ass.Jas OlsenMollyville’s wayward son. Slightly underweight, a neat-looking man with clean fingernails in his early-twenties. Observant and mostly annoyed by how badly people behave when they believe no one is watching. He loves his sister Antigone and envies the life she’s created for herself even though he wouldn’t want the same for himself.Fed up with his brother's rakish behavior, a flagrant display of clear disregard for their mother's well-being and disgusted with his father for Bjørn's apparent refusal to acknowledge what he considers their family's problems.Not above blackmail for some coin or illicit favors, Jas has more enemies than friends these days but his willful discretion during times he could have open his mouth for profit keeps the reckless in line.* The above is a partial Cast of Characters. To see the full cast visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville-modern-radio-drama.

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Embrace your inner expatriate and come away to this new wild west where we live free in our off-grid paradise commune nestled in the green valley of a mountain range jutting out of the sea. No rules. Plenty of consequences.About the place, Mollyville...Rich with cutting-edge technology and abundant in natural resources, Mollyville thrives as a self-policing, paradise community with beaches, cliffs, exotic forests and a system of unknowably vast subterranean caverns that extend beyond sight. Social media is a construct of the past. No emails. No smart phones. No telephones.It's a whole new world separated from ours by distance, exclusion from world maps, and self-reliance. Mollyville is completely off-the-grid.The tenet in mollyville is “Nothing living shall go without love, companionship or care—not a snake, not a tree, not a house—not ever.” It is a covenant all residents have agreed to uphold on a personal level at all times.Mollyvillian culture is unique in the way that there’s no formal law enforcement, but rather an integrity-based peacekeeping by way of calling for ‘a recognizing’ when it’s deemed by influential members of the community that the peace and/or safety of Mollyville is threatened. In this instance, a fluctuating, self-assigned faction of residents take on roles of marauders to exact (a sometimes brutal) satisfaction, making a demand of retribution on behalf of the perceived victims or the community at large, and redistributing their wealth to those who are esteemed to be the most deserving under the circumstances, which sometimes but not always results in the deaths of the targets—though, this happens only in the most extreme cases of offense to the community. Freedom is recognized as one of many inalienable rights and the culture dictates residents give each other a wide berth, tolerating all but some transgressions in the name of keeping the peace.About the story… Bjørn Olsen, a healing psychopath in the golden years of self-recovery, struggles to maintain his cool in the idyllic seaside commune of Mollyville. Plagued by rotten adult children, a careless promiscuous wife, and a vindictive ex-girlfriend, Bjørn finds himself struggling against his dark side to stay in the light.Infuriated by his blackmailing son and fueled by his own jealousy, he hunts his wife’s used-to-be best-friend at the local bar and makes the terrible mistake of approaching her. He had no idea she’d become so bitter. Shouting allegations, she causes a scene.As the salacious gossip rips through Mollyville, whispers of ‘a recognizing’ bleed through the community, Bjørn begins to fear that he, his wife Eva—and maybe all of the Olsens are targets for murder.Miles away, new arrivals to Mollyville, Janik and Nohl, two dodgy grifters tired of selling ‘sensual massages’ and asking for rooms and food on credit, decide to give up their lives of petty crime, allowing themselves to be mentored in the hopes of making Mollyville their new home. Plateau Nick, a crazy artist who prefers life in the forest, offers them a better way of life, and it looks promising, but they are soon to discover that—just like every other place they’ve been—there will be a price to pay.Cast of Characters (partial)Bjørn OlsenMiddle-aged. Healing psychopath in his golden-years of self-recovery. Still has urges but no longer struggles with his desire to act upon them. He’s got his life the way he wants it. As he suspected, his ability to resist violence and the behavior patterns that lead him to it increased once he brought balance into his life through physical fitness, meditation and a loving romantic relationship with a woman he respects and admires.No longer a playboy but still a romantic, Bjørn pushes his own boundaries in his quest to satiate his curiosity about a dangerous beauty he’s been admiring for years.Mx. Goldie GlâsAgeless beauty. It’s impossible even to guess an age for Goldie more than to say she is ‘old enough’. The only more impossible thing to guess is her origin gender. Goldie is a known prostitute. Many residents consequently (and not coincidentally) do know her physiological makeup today but would be hard-pressed to say whether she’s comprised of upgrades or rocking all origin parts.Part-time prostitute when she feels like it and not any other time. Old habits die hard is what Goldie will tell you if you ask why she pimps herself when she doesn’t need to do it to survive.Her real source of wealth comes from wagers she makes at the pub bar. From side-bets on beer pong to speed-shot-sudoku championships, Goldie often wins. All the years on the game honed Goldie’s sense of human intention to near psychic ability. If the cardholder knows what cards they have, by looking at their faces and body language, Goldie will know too. Not above using all her cunning but never a cheat, she doesn’t hesitate to push the wagers up to the highest she knows her opponent will hate to lose and loves to win. Never a sore loser but an especially poor winner when she wins away a treasure from any opponent who has caused her grief in the past.Most coveted winnings: countless family heirloom pieces, “The Concert” by Vermeer, 42 uncut diamonds of unknown origins, more than 14 tiaras set with rubies, emeralds, sapphires, pearls and diamonds, a score of water beads in various sizes—Goldie owns more than these 20 beads.In total she has 29 beads, these 9 others are gifts from her closest friend and fellow mountain adventurer, the house-free man who lives on the plateau.Plateau NickLifetime outdoorsman and resident wide-boy. Wealthy beyond his needs, Nick enjoys the freedoms his talent for creating beautiful natural art provides. Aesthetic value in Mollyville is high.Plateau Nick creates what all residents consider the finest artistic objects in the world. Water beads. Highly prized for their ability to soothe the mind, Nick’s beads are the most coveted treasures in Mollyville. In addition to being hypnotic to look at, the magnificence of Plateau Nick’s beads can be felt, “like when your eyes are closed but you can feel the presence of someone—something—enter the room.”In addition to creating the most coveted currency in Mollyville, he also creates wearable art with metaphysical properties, combining the magnetism of the beads set with crystals designed to interact with the energy field of the wearer.Happiest and at home anyplace beneath the stars, a tree canopy or the open sky, Plateau Nick earned his namesake by frequent sightings of him on Henri Plateau. Bjørn Olsen is one of Plateau Nick’s favorite clients, but his favorite friend is Bjørn’s nemesis—an international arms dealer.MervKnown to all for his kindness and generosity, one of only a few residents that frequently travels to the world and a life beyond Mollyville. Merv has a yacht and uses it often. Currently living in Mollyville’s oldest residence with a live-in assistant, full-time domestic staff, and his teenaged daughter.AnastatiaMerv’s Daughter, and budding chemical biologist. Spends most of her time alone in the forests of Young Heathrow and on the playa. Loves her own company and that of her best friend and business partner.Jovan JazarMollyville’s resident beach bum and self-experimenter, she lives on the playa in a state-of-the-art houseboat with its front doors facing the sea. She knows everyone, and all their business but keeps it to herself. Gregarious but cloistered. If you want to see Jovan Jazar, you’d better head to the playa because she isn’t going to come to you with her euphoria producing vines and seaweeds.Eva OlsenJovan Jazar’s best client, Bjørn’s wife, Goldie’s lover; mother to Antigone, Jas, and Axel Olsen. Ageless beauty. Living the life of her dreams and gorging herself with all pleasantries life has to offer. Holding back nothing, sparing nothing, Eva lives to the fullest. Life-long artist, talented sculptor. Physically fit from frequent swims in the sea, silk aerial acrobatics and frequent hikes to the top of Henri Plateau. Generally soft spoken but prone to recklessness when caught up in passion, or grief.Axel OlsenRockstar extraordinaire, a big fish in a small pond. Mid-thirties. Taller than average, and extremely good-looking, Axel has a way about him that all people find irresistible. One of Mollyville’s newlyweds who still plays around. He’s a man of few words but likely formidable intelligence softened by his woo woo musician persona. Easy to be with, just like his father Bjørn.Intimately close with his only sister Antigone since the beginning of her time yet at odds with his younger brother who despises Axel and who Axel believes to be a complete ass.Jas OlsenMollyville’s wayward son. Slightly underweight, a neat-looking man with clean fingernails in his early-twenties. Observant and mostly annoyed by how badly people behave when they believe no one is watching. He loves his sister Antigone and envies the life she’s created for herself even though he wouldn’t want the same for himself.Fed up with his brother's rakish behavior, a flagrant display of clear disregard for their mother's well-being and disgusted with his father for Bjørn's apparent refusal to acknowledge what he considers their family's problems.Not above blackmail for some coin or illicit favors, Jas has more enemies than friends these days but his willful discretion during times he could have open his mouth for profit keeps the reckless in line.* The above is a partial Cast of Characters. To see the full cast visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville-modern-radio-drama.

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Extremely good

By Daije P - Nov 12 2019
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Great world building and really well written.

Fun Escapist Audio Drama

By Lexirae48 - Dec 20 2016
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Recently discovered this podcast after searching for audio dramas...hope its just on a short break!

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Mollyville Modern Radio Drama

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Embrace your inner expatriate and come away to this new wild west where we live free in our off-grid paradise commune nestled in the green valley of a mountain range jutting out of the sea. No rules. Plenty of consequences.About the place, Mollyville...Rich with cutting-edge technology and abundant in natural resources, Mollyville thrives as a self-policing, paradise community with beaches, cliffs, exotic forests and a system of unknowably vast subterranean caverns that extend beyond sight. Social media is a construct of the past. No emails. No smart phones. No telephones.It's a whole new world separated from ours by distance, exclusion from world maps, and self-reliance. Mollyville is completely off-the-grid.The tenet in mollyville is “Nothing living shall go without love, companionship or care—not a snake, not a tree, not a house—not ever.” It is a covenant all residents have agreed to uphold on a personal level at all times.Mollyvillian culture is unique in the way that there’s no formal law enforcement, but rather an integrity-based peacekeeping by way of calling for ‘a recognizing’ when it’s deemed by influential members of the community that the peace and/or safety of Mollyville is threatened. In this instance, a fluctuating, self-assigned faction of residents take on roles of marauders to exact (a sometimes brutal) satisfaction, making a demand of retribution on behalf of the perceived victims or the community at large, and redistributing their wealth to those who are esteemed to be the most deserving under the circumstances, which sometimes but not always results in the deaths of the targets—though, this happens only in the most extreme cases of offense to the community. Freedom is recognized as one of many inalienable rights and the culture dictates residents give each other a wide berth, tolerating all but some transgressions in the name of keeping the peace.About the story… Bjørn Olsen, a healing psychopath in the golden years of self-recovery, struggles to maintain his cool in the idyllic seaside commune of Mollyville. Plagued by rotten adult children, a careless promiscuous wife, and a vindictive ex-girlfriend, Bjørn finds himself struggling against his dark side to stay in the light.Infuriated by his blackmailing son and fueled by his own jealousy, he hunts his wife’s used-to-be best-friend at the local bar and makes the terrible mistake of approaching her. He had no idea she’d become so bitter. Shouting allegations, she causes a scene.As the salacious gossip rips through Mollyville, whispers of ‘a recognizing’ bleed through the community, Bjørn begins to fear that he, his wife Eva—and maybe all of the Olsens are targets for murder.Miles away, new arrivals to Mollyville, Janik and Nohl, two dodgy grifters tired of selling ‘sensual massages’ and asking for rooms and food on credit, decide to give up their lives of petty crime, allowing themselves to be mentored in the hopes of making Mollyville their new home. Plateau Nick, a crazy artist who prefers life in the forest, offers them a better way of life, and it looks promising, but they are soon to discover that—just like every other place they’ve been—there will be a price to pay.Cast of Characters (partial)Bjørn OlsenMiddle-aged. Healing psychopath in his golden-years of self-recovery. Still has urges but no longer struggles with his desire to act upon them. He’s got his life the way he wants it. As he suspected, his ability to resist violence and the behavior patterns that lead him to it increased once he brought balance into his life through physical fitness, meditation and a loving romantic relationship with a woman he respects and admires.No longer a playboy but still a romantic, Bjørn pushes his own boundaries in his quest to satiate his curiosity about a dangerous beauty he’s been admiring for years.Mx. Goldie GlâsAgeless beauty. It’s impossible even to guess an age for Goldie more than to say she is ‘old enough’. The only more impossible thing to guess is her origin gender. Goldie is a known prostitute. Many residents consequently (and not coincidentally) do know her physiological makeup today but would be hard-pressed to say whether she’s comprised of upgrades or rocking all origin parts.Part-time prostitute when she feels like it and not any other time. Old habits die hard is what Goldie will tell you if you ask why she pimps herself when she doesn’t need to do it to survive.Her real source of wealth comes from wagers she makes at the pub bar. From side-bets on beer pong to speed-shot-sudoku championships, Goldie often wins. All the years on the game honed Goldie’s sense of human intention to near psychic ability. If the cardholder knows what cards they have, by looking at their faces and body language, Goldie will know too. Not above using all her cunning but never a cheat, she doesn’t hesitate to push the wagers up to the highest she knows her opponent will hate to lose and loves to win. Never a sore loser but an especially poor winner when she wins away a treasure from any opponent who has caused her grief in the past.Most coveted winnings: countless family heirloom pieces, “The Concert” by Vermeer, 42 uncut diamonds of unknown origins, more than 14 tiaras set with rubies, emeralds, sapphires, pearls and diamonds, a score of water beads in various sizes—Goldie owns more than these 20 beads.In total she has 29 beads, these 9 others are gifts from her closest friend and fellow mountain adventurer, the house-free man who lives on the plateau.Plateau NickLifetime outdoorsman and resident wide-boy. Wealthy beyond his needs, Nick enjoys the freedoms his talent for creating beautiful natural art provides. Aesthetic value in Mollyville is high.Plateau Nick creates what all residents consider the finest artistic objects in the world. Water beads. Highly prized for their ability to soothe the mind, Nick’s beads are the most coveted treasures in Mollyville. In addition to being hypnotic to look at, the magnificence of Plateau Nick’s beads can be felt, “like when your eyes are closed but you can feel the presence of someone—something—enter the room.”In addition to creating the most coveted currency in Mollyville, he also creates wearable art with metaphysical properties, combining the magnetism of the beads set with crystals designed to interact with the energy field of the wearer.Happiest and at home anyplace beneath the stars, a tree canopy or the open sky, Plateau Nick earned his namesake by frequent sightings of him on Henri Plateau. Bjørn Olsen is one of Plateau Nick’s favorite clients, but his favorite friend is Bjørn’s nemesis—an international arms dealer.MervKnown to all for his kindness and generosity, one of only a few residents that frequently travels to the world and a life beyond Mollyville. Merv has a yacht and uses it often. Currently living in Mollyville’s oldest residence with a live-in assistant, full-time domestic staff, and his teenaged daughter.AnastatiaMerv’s Daughter, and budding chemical biologist. Spends most of her time alone in the forests of Young Heathrow and on the playa. Loves her own company and that of her best friend and business partner.Jovan JazarMollyville’s resident beach bum and self-experimenter, she lives on the playa in a state-of-the-art houseboat with its front doors facing the sea. She knows everyone, and all their business but keeps it to herself. Gregarious but cloistered. If you want to see Jovan Jazar, you’d better head to the playa because she isn’t going to come to you with her euphoria producing vines and seaweeds.Eva OlsenJovan Jazar’s best client, Bjørn’s wife, Goldie’s lover; mother to Antigone, Jas, and Axel Olsen. Ageless beauty. Living the life of her dreams and gorging herself with all pleasantries life has to offer. Holding back nothing, sparing nothing, Eva lives to the fullest. Life-long artist, talented sculptor. Physically fit from frequent swims in the sea, silk aerial acrobatics and frequent hikes to the top of Henri Plateau. Generally soft spoken but prone to recklessness when caught up in passion, or grief.Axel OlsenRockstar extraordinaire, a big fish in a small pond. Mid-thirties. Taller than average, and extremely good-looking, Axel has a way about him that all people find irresistible. One of Mollyville’s newlyweds who still plays around. He’s a man of few words but likely formidable intelligence softened by his woo woo musician persona. Easy to be with, just like his father Bjørn.Intimately close with his only sister Antigone since the beginning of her time yet at odds with his younger brother who despises Axel and who Axel believes to be a complete ass.Jas OlsenMollyville’s wayward son. Slightly underweight, a neat-looking man with clean fingernails in his early-twenties. Observant and mostly annoyed by how badly people behave when they believe no one is watching. He loves his sister Antigone and envies the life she’s created for herself even though he wouldn’t want the same for himself.Fed up with his brother's rakish behavior, a flagrant display of clear disregard for their mother's well-being and disgusted with his father for Bjørn's apparent refusal to acknowledge what he considers their family's problems.Not above blackmail for some coin or illicit favors, Jas has more enemies than friends these days but his willful discretion during times he could have open his mouth for profit keeps the reckless in line.* The above is a partial Cast of Characters. To see the full cast visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville-modern-radio-drama.

Episode 07: Money, Power, Respect

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Why is Goldie so nefarious? Find out this week when we take a trip down memory lane to her violent past.

Last we saw Bjørn he was in rough shape. His son, Jas, the most rotten of the Olsen apples dropped a bomb on Bjørn which sent him straight to the bar where he ran into none other than the one person he promised his wife he’d leave alone, Mx. Goldie Glās who dropped another bomb on Bjørn with a confirmation that she in fact is having a relationship with Bjørn’s married son Axel—and that regardless of Bjørn and Eva’s feelings about it, she doesn’t intend to stop; loud-talking Bjørn in the crowded bar, Goldie kicked it up a notch by threatening Bjørn that he and his wife would do best to mind their own business. Sound advice, surely.

This week in Mollyville we take a trip down memory lane back to Goldie’s not too distant violent past.

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A dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is translated as “not-good place”, an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his most well-known work, Utopia (the blueprint for an ideal society with no crime or poverty). Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Episode 03: A Bird in the Hand

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Last we left Bjørn, he’d been walking toward home after a night on the town with his crush, the most captivating creature he’d ever met, the beautiful Goldie. Passing up an opportunity to take their physical relationship to the next level, Bjørn excused himself and went home to his wife, Eva who seems rarely to be at home…

There’s infidelity in the Olsen house, a reversal of fortune as things seem to be working out for Bjørn, and a harbinger of trouble to come.

But first, a few words about the protagonist of the Mollyville Dystopian Fiction Podcast—a closer look at Bjørn Olsen, the man with a heart of gold and a dark past…

If this is the first episode you’re listening to, go back and begin at the beginning. So much happens in each episode, I don’t want you to have left any scandalous morsel out.

Mollyville: Humble Beginnings is available on Amazon as an eBook. Get it.

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? You can read the first seven chapters of Mollyville: Humble Beginnings free on Amazon. Just google: Mollyville Humble Beginnings and you’ll see the link at the top of the page leading you to the kindle edition of the book.

CREDITS
Musical Features for Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode 03: A Bird in the Hand

  • “Hang Ups (Want You)” by Otis McDonald
  • “Sun 40” by Otis McDonald
  • “Direct To Video” by Chris Zabriskie

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Modern Radio Drama is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. For episode extras and more visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is a labor of (my) love.  If you’d like to support me and this podcast, you can become my patron for as little as $1 an episode at patreon.com/maxximillian.

Curious about what’s in it for you? Check out your patron rewards, here.

More from Maxximillian Dafoe

Join my mailing list — When I find excellent things I like to share them. Get these gems in your inbox. No self-promotion. Just helpful information, books, videos, and well-vetted articles. Positive perspectives you’ll appreciate.

Connect with me at twitter.com/maxximillian, facebook.com/maxximilliandafoe, and instagram.com/imaxximillian.

And if you’d like to drop me a line one-to-one you can always use the contact form on the front page of my website to send me a message.

BOOM! Here’s your 2-minute Pep Talk — Listen NOW: Encouraging words to light you up from the inside out! (Go ahead and give it a tap, you know you’re curious!)

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology.

Listen on iTunes…

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Sep 27 2016

26mins

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Episode 08: Fresh Meat — Plateau Nick

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A pair of gigolo travelers blows into town—they’d been a trio but the third man, Nick discovers, died under violent circumstances.

Are you enjoying this podcast? Yeah? Yeah! Write me a poem as an iTunes review.

I love poems. It doesn’t even have to be about this story! Whatever poem you write, take a screenshot and tweet it to me—maybe I’ll read it on the next podcast.

This week’s listener poem from Jesse Hall, the second loudest voice on Tales of Thattown, a podcast about a small town, nice people and supernatural forces. Find it on iTunes and anyplace you listen to podcasts.

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama podcast employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

A dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is translated as “not-good place”, an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his most well-known work, Utopia (the blueprint for an ideal society with no crime or poverty). Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

Thank you for listening to the Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast.

MUSIC

Musical features in Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast Ep 08: Fresh Meat…

‘Everything’s Nice’ by Jingle Punks

‘Hang Ups (Want You)’ by Otis McDonald

‘Lagos 2030 A.D.’ by Otis McDonald

RELEVANT LINKS

Leave your iTunes Review

Download Mollyville: Humble Beginnings

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Oct 31 2016

18mins

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Episode 04: What Lies Beneath

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Your mind is comprised of the highest technology in existence, but what’s your operating system?

Last we left the Olsens, Eva told Bjorn that their relationship with Goldie was over. Since then, Kristoff and Antigone Olsen have become despondent and Bjorn, plagued with unanswered questions and dangerous ideas, is in distress. But what about Eva…?

Musical Features in this episode: Hang Ups (Want You) by Otis McDonald; One More Chance by Otis McDonald

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? Download the book. You can read the first seven chapters free.  Or visit patreon.com/maxximillian, become my fiction lover famiglia and binge listen to future episodes before they’re released. I’ve been busy with my microphone so a fat batch of mollyville episodes are coming.

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

The Writer & Angelino Blog

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Support for Mollyville

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Mollyville: Humble Beginnings is available on Amazon as an eBook. Get it. If you prefer paper books, visit patreon.com/maxximillian and become my patron, as my patron, it’s easy to send me a little message inside Patreon to let me know that you want a hardcopy. As soon as they’re available, my patrons will be the first to receive hardcover bindings of the book. And if you write me a review and email me a screenshot, I will enter you into a giveaway to receive an absolutely free—paper copy of the Mollyville: Humble Beginnings book. I’ll pay for shipping—and I’ll even autograph it to you personally, if you want. Visit tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville for details on how to win.

Oct 03 2016

12mins

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Episode 09: As A Man Thinketh

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Janik, determined not to fall into tired old patterns of self-abuse, begins making friends in Mollyville independently of Nohl who stalks from a distance.

MUSIC

“Lagos 2030 A.D.” by Otis McDonald

“Find My Way Home” by Otis McDonald

“The Story Unfolds” by Jingle Punks

Additional sounds by Maxximillian Dafoe

This week’s episode features a trailer from Subject: FOUND an audio drama adventure from my fellow audio dramatist Paul Sating about one man’s obsession with proving the truth on a mythbusting quest in the wilderness of northwest America. Who or what is he searching for? Listen to the trailer for Subject: FOUND at the end of this episode for the answer.

Mollyville: Humble Beginnings is available for immediate download from amazon.com or by visiting the author’s website at tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville where you can read the first seven chapters free. 

Did you enjoy this podcast? Support your podcast host and friendly scribe – that’s me! – at patreon.com/maxximillian.

You can also choose to show your appreciation by leaving a positive iTunes review for the Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast. (I read each and every review, and I especially appreciate you letting me know that you’re listening.)

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama podcast employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

A dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is translated as “not-good place”, an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his most well-known work, Utopia (the blueprint for an ideal society with no crime or poverty). Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

RELEVANT LINKS

Leave your iTunes Review

Download Mollyville: Humble Beginnings

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

The Writer & Angelino Show with Maxximillian Dafoe

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Support for Mollyville

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Nov 14 2016

22mins

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Episode 010: Sugar-Free

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Janik comes to terms with the likelihood of his future in Mollyville—he wants a way out. Nick makes one of the grifters an offer they can’t refuse.

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast Episode 010: Sugar-free

MUSIC

Musical features for the Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Episode 010: “Realness” by Kai Engel; “Hang Ups (Want You)” by Otis McDonald; “La La La” by Otis McDonald; “Everything’s Nice” by Jingle Punks

SOUNDS

“Quiet forest with frogs and birds” from psnflute1984; “Playing with a lighter” from Janevdmerwe1995; the sounds of walking on grass from Jankoehl; “Blackbird in forest” from Carlito62; “Forest birds woodpecker” from Costaipsa; “Grass Falls” from Project Trident; “Waterlake” from Fabian Gutscher; “Walking on a gravel path by the sea” from Digifish Music; “Light rain and owl” from Geodylabs; “Tawny Owls” from Ben Boncan; “Deepbreathing” from Robinhood76; “Opening a creaky door” from Leady; “Party sounds”, “Gasp”, and that lovely lady’s “Laugh” from Freqman; “Brazilian Street Bar” from Suprasummun; “Talking people” from Szalonegacie; “Wine bar ambiance” from Rbn Yng; “Crowd in a bar” from Leandros Ntounis; “Solitary Beach” from Baidocin; “Small crowd cheering” from Howard V; “Yay” from Dr. Skiz —courtesy of freesound.org. Blackbird bird calls and river sounds from soundbible.com.

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? Download the book. Mollyville Humble Beginnings. Book one of the Mollyville series available on Amazon and by visiting tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville.

Visit patreon.com/maxximillian for more Mollyville goodies.

RELEVANT LINKS

Leave your iTunes Review

Download Mollyville: Humble Beginnings

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

The Writer & Angelino Show with Maxximillian Dafoe

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Support for Mollyville

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama podcast employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

A dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is translated as “not-good place”, an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his most well-known work, Utopia (the blueprint for an ideal society with no crime or poverty). Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

Nov 28 2016

38mins

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Episode 05: Ties That Bind

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Each one of us, in our own way, is idealistic but in practice, how much freedom do we really give others when it comes to being vocal with our opinions of another’s behavior, lifestyle or beliefs?

This week in Mollyville we hook up with none other than the notorious Goldie, the hooker with a heart of coal and pockets full of gold. She has definite ideas about her worth and isn’t willing to compromise an inch. Why should she?

After all we only get the respect we demand.

Musical features in this episode are “Lagos 2030 A.D.” by Otis McDonald and “Behind Closed Doors” by Otis McDonald. Additional sounds by Maxximillian Dafoe.

Special in this episode: A trailer from The Family Tree Podcast—A magical realist drama about family, belonging, change and identity. It’s a compelling mystery. The trailer plays after the outro, and I guarantee you’ll be intrigued. It’s one of my latest obsessions. There’s even a hotline to call with your own theories about what  happened to… well, I won’t spoil it. After the episode, stay and give a listen.

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? Download the book. You can read the first seven chapters free at tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville.

Or visit patreon.com/maxximillian, become my fiction lover famiglia for just $4 and listen to future episodes before they’re released. I’ve been busy with my microphone so a fat batch of mollyville episodes are coming—and if you’re my patron, they’re coming for YOU.

There are other goodies there for my patrons at all levels. Take a look around, and help if you can. Mollyville will always be free for you to download and listen to. I deeply appreciate your support.

Oct 10 2016

11mins

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Episode 06: Point of No Return

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Your mind is comprised of the highest technology in existence, but what’s your operating system?

You’re in a conversation. Whatever they’re saying, you don’t agree. The thought pops into your mind that if you say the particular thing you’re thinking, the disagreement will escalate to a level you’re both sure not to enjoy. The problem is this: it’s the one thing you want to say the most. You want to say it more than anything—because it’s true and it’s right, but you can already see the drama on the wall. You resolve not to say it. But the next moment, it’s out of your mouth.

Snake eyes.

You’re screwed. You said it. They heard it—maybe they even made you repeat it with something like, “WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY?” and because you’d already gone too far and can’t see any way back, you repeat the thing you just said.

Why?

Last time we visited Mollyville together Goldie was relishing in her freedom from the sticky web of Olsen family secrets, Oedipal sons and the sexually reckless lives of Eva and Bjørn Olsen.

DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE

Snake eyes

Dystopia

Psychological projection

Oedipus

Oedipus complex

MUSIC

Musical features for The Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast Episode 06: Point of No Return, in order of occurrence, are “Hang Ups (Want You)” by Otis McDonald and “One More Chance” also by Otis McDonald

SPECIAL FEATURE

This week’s episode features a trailer for Big Data, an audio drama podcast about taking over the internet, from my podcast brethren Ryan Estrada. You’ll hear it right after “One More Chance”. Give it a listen.

NEXT WEEK

Join me next week for Episode 07: Money, Power, Respect. We’ll take a trip down memory lane back in time to Goldie’s not too distant violent past.

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? Download the book. You can read the first seven chapters free at tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville.

Or visit patreon.com/maxximillian, become my fiction lover famiglia and listen to future episodes before they’re released for as little as $4.

Are you enjoying this podcast? Yeah? Yeah! Write me a poem as an iTunes review!

I love poems. It doesn’t even have to be about this story! Whatever poem you write, take a screenshot and tweet it to me—maybe I’ll read some of them on the next podcast (if I get any… hint hint)!

Dip those quills!

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama podcast employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

A dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is translated as “not-good place”, an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his most well-known work, Utopia (the blueprint for an ideal society with no crime or poverty). Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

RELEVANT LINKS

Follow Maxximillian on Twitter

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

The Writer & Angelino Blog

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Support for Mollyville

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Oct 18 2016

21mins

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Episode 011: Requiem For A Dream

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Janik puts his complete faith in Plateau Nick’s promise of a better life and convinces Nohl to give up their life of petty crime, but not without a fight.

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast Episode 011: Requiem For A Dream featuring inspirational words from Christian Daa Larson, YOUR FORCES AND HOW TO USE THEM, “The Ruling Principles of Man”. Music from Kevin MacLeod, and Otis McDonald.

CREDITS

011 Inspirational Feature “The Ruling Principle of Man”

Opening words by Christian Daa Larson, an excerpt from YOUR FORCES AND HOW TO USE THEM. Music, “Ghost Dance” by Kevin MacLeod. Performance by Maxximillian Dafoe.

Musical Features in order of occurrence…

  • “Ghost Dance” by Kevin MacLeod
  • “Otis McMusic” by Otis McDonald
  • “Hang Ups (Want You)” by Otis McDonald
  • “Stay” by Otis McDonald

SFX

  • Gutek, “Footsteps In Forest”
  • Digifish Music, “Walking on a Gravel Path by the Sea”
  • Robert Urell, “Parrots Arrive”
  • Nikeran, “A creek in a Forest”

Additional music/sounds by Maxximillian Dafoe

More from Maxximillian

Afterlife Paranormal Satire Audio Drama

Maxximillian Presents: Thematic, an uplifting podcast for curious minds

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Want more Mollyville? Get manuscripts, maps, and more by becoming my patron. Visit patreon.com/maxximillian and take a look around.

Are you enjoying this podcast? Leave Your iTunes Review & Subscribe—thank you!

Feb 06 2017

45mins

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Episode 015: Touch Me, Tease Me

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Bjorn & Eva Olsen are together at last!

After a heated tangle with his wife’s vindictive ex-girlfiriend and sister wife Goldie, Bjorn is still weighing his options. Is it better to say nothing and risk driving his wife to react in a way that would escalate Goldie’s vendetta? Or should he tell his wife he believes they may be in danger?

This week we trip down memory lane to Bjorn’s distant past to a hooker named Simone with magical fingertips, a chinchilla cooxxe, and a big round booty. She hasn’t been seen around in years.

Wonder why…

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode 015: Touch Me, Tease Me was written, performed and produced by Maxximillian Dafoe with production assistance from creator-audio dramatist James Oliva (Greater Boston  audio drama podcast)—check out his psychedelic noir audio drama, What’s The Frequency, here.

Musical features for Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode: 015 Touch Me, Tease Me

  • “Everything’s Nice” by Jingle Punks
  • “BirdBrainz” by Otis McDonald
  • “Heart Break” by Vibe Tracks
  • “Champ” by Gunnar Olsen
  • “Namaste” by Audionautix
  • “Lude Illa” by Joe Bagale
  • “I Am Running Down The Long Hallway of Viewpoint Elementary School” by Chris Zabriskie
  • “Smooth Sailing (with Guitar)” by Audionautix
  • “Chill – Disco Ultralounge” by Kevin MacCleod
  • “Nice To You” by Vibe Tracks
  • “Fingers” by Otis McDonald

SFX

  • “toilet lid closing” by Passmanairgrace of FreeSound
  • “hand dryer public bathroom” by Rivernile7 of FreeSound
  • “Public Bathroom Entrance Door” by AGFX of FreeSound
  • “Bathroom Hand Dryer” by Jose908 of FreeSound
  • “Footsteps On Tile” by Kingsrow of FreeSound
  • “Russians Exiting Men’s Restroom” by bsumusictech of FreeSound
  • “Taking Belt Off” by ftpalad of FreeSound
  • “Vibrator” by toiletrolltube of FreeSound

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology.

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. For episode extras and more visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is a labor of (my) love.  If you’d like to support me and this podcast consider becoming my patron for as little as $1 an episode at patreon.com/maxximillian.

Curious about what’s in it for you? Check out your patron rewards, here.

More from Maxximillian Dafoe

Connect with me at twitter.com/maxximillian, facebook.com/maxximilliandafoe, and instagram.com/imaxximillian.

And if you’d like to drop me a line one-to-one you can always use the contact form on the front page of my website to send me a message. If you like what you see there, join my mailing list — When I find excellent things I like to share them. Get these gems in your inbox. Helpful information, books, videos, and well-vetted articles. Positive perspectives you’ll appreciate.

BOOM! Here’s your 2-minute Pep Talk — Listen NOW: Encouraging words to light you up from the inside out! (Go ahead and give it a tap, you know you’re curious!)

Listen on iTunes…

Subscribe via RSS…

Apr 17 2017

46mins

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Episode 015: Touch Me, Tease Me

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Bjorn & Eva Olsen are together at last!

After a heated tangle with his wife’s vindictive ex-girlfiriend and sister wife Goldie, Bjorn is still weighing his options. Is it better to say nothing and risk driving his wife to react in a way that would escalate Goldie’s vendetta? Or should he tell his wife he believes they may be in danger?

This week we trip down memory lane to Bjorn’s distant past to a hooker named Simone with magical fingertips, a chinchilla cooxxe, and a big round booty. She hasn’t been seen around in years.

Wonder why…

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode 015: Touch Me, Tease Me was written, performed and produced by Maxximillian Dafoe with production assistance from creator-audio dramatist James Oliva (Greater Boston  audio drama podcast)—check out his psychedelic noir audio drama, What’s The Frequency, here.

Musical features for Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode: 015 Touch Me, Tease Me

  • “Everything’s Nice” by Jingle Punks
  • “BirdBrainz” by Otis McDonald
  • “Heart Break” by Vibe Tracks
  • “Champ” by Gunnar Olsen
  • “Namaste” by Audionautix
  • “Lude Illa” by Joe Bagale
  • “I Am Running Down The Long Hallway of Viewpoint Elementary School” by Chris Zabriskie
  • “Smooth Sailing (with Guitar)” by Audionautix
  • “Chill – Disco Ultralounge” by Kevin MacCleod
  • “Nice To You” by Vibe Tracks
  • “Fingers” by Otis McDonald

SFX

  • “toilet lid closing” by Passmanairgrace of FreeSound
  • “hand dryer public bathroom” by Rivernile7 of FreeSound
  • “Public Bathroom Entrance Door” by AGFX of FreeSound
  • “Bathroom Hand Dryer” by Jose908 of FreeSound
  • “Footsteps On Tile” by Kingsrow of FreeSound
  • “Russians Exiting Men’s Restroom” by bsumusictech of FreeSound
  • “Taking Belt Off” by ftpalad of FreeSound
  • “Vibrator” by toiletrolltube of FreeSound

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology.

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. For episode extras and more visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is a labor of (my) love.  If you’d like to support me and this podcast consider becoming my patron for as little as $1 an episode at patreon.com/maxximillian.

Curious about what’s in it for you? Check out your patron rewards, here.

More from Maxximillian Dafoe

Connect with me at twitter.com/maxximillian, facebook.com/maxximilliandafoe, and instagram.com/imaxximillian.

And if you’d like to drop me a line one-to-one you can always use the contact form on the front page of my website to send me a message. If you like what you see there, join my mailing list — When I find excellent things I like to share them. Get these gems in your inbox. Helpful information, books, videos, and well-vetted articles. Positive perspectives you’ll appreciate.

BOOM! Here’s your 2-minute Pep Talk — Listen NOW: Encouraging words to light you up from the inside out! (Go ahead and give it a tap, you know you’re curious!)

Listen on iTunes…

Subscribe via RSS…

Apr 17 2017

46mins

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“Inner Visions” from Mollyville Modern Radio Drama

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When Your Thoughts Are Like A Bad Neighborhood: How-To Evoke Mental Sunshine While Facing A Painful Memory — “Inner Visions” — Mollyville Modern Radio Drama

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is written, performed and produced by Maxximillian Dafoe — that’s me! For Mollyvillian minisodes, and World backstory extras visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com/patron-rewards.

Musical Features for Mollyville Modern Radio Drama “Inner Visions”…

  • “Dark Lotus” by MK2
  • “Champ” by Gunnar Olsen
  • “Namaste” by Audionautix
  • “Scarlet Fire” by Otis McDonald

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Modern Radio Drama is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. For episode extras and more visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is available on iTunes and wherever podcasts are found. You can also stream, download and subscribe from me directly via RSS.

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is a labor of (my) love.  If you’d like to support me and this podcast, you can become my patron for as little as $1 an episode at patreon.com/maxximillian. Curious about what’s in it for you? Check out your patron rewards, here.

More from Maxximillian Dafoe

Join my mailing list — When I find excellent things I like to share them. Get these gems in your inbox. Just helpful information, books, videos, and well-vetted articles. Positive perspectives you’ll appreciate.

Connect with me at twitter.com/maxximillian, facebook.com/maxximilliandafoe, and instagram.com/imaxximillian.

And if you’d like to drop me a line one-to-one you can always use the contact form on the front page of my website to send me a message.

BOOM! Here’s your 2-minute Pep Talk — Listen NOW: Encouraging words to light you up from the inside out! (Go ahead and give it a tap, you know you’re curious!)

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology.

Listen on iTunes…

Subscribe via RSS…

Apr 12 2017

7mins

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Mollyville Episode 014: Family Affair

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Plateau Nick delivers unwitting incomers, Nohl and Janik, to Mollyville’s most nefarious resident.

Mollyville’s resident arms dealer, Merv, confides in his long time friend and co-conspirator whose personal debt to him extends far beyond anything he could ask, until now.

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Modern Radio Drama is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. For episode extras and more visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.

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This is Mollyville Episode 014 — for previous episodes visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville-modern-radio-drama. Subscribe to Mollyville Modern Radio Drama via RSS, here.

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BOOM! Here’s your 2-minute Pep Talk — Listen NOW: Encouraging words to light you up from the inside out! (Go ahead and give it a tap, you know you’re curious!)

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology.

Credits for Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode 014: Family Affair…

MUSIC

  • “Heart Break” by Vibe Tracks”
  • “Lagos 2030  A.D.” by Otis McDonald
  • “Ever Felt Part 3” by Otis McDonald

SFX

  • “Splash, Jumping, D.wav” by Inspector J of FreeSound
  • “Splash, Jumping, C.wav” by Inspector J of FreeSound
  • “Splash, Jumping, B.wav” by Inspector J of FreeSound
  • Pine Forest Ambience by dobride of FreeSound
  • “Multiple Knuckles Cracking” by spenceriv of FreeSound
  • “Machete Sharpening 2X” by Bettina Masberg of FreeSound
  • “Opening Coconut With Knife” from sonsdebarcelona of FreeSound
  • “Machete Cutting Tree” from Glen Curtis Adams

Credits for the Pep Talk…

“Concentration and the Power Back of Suggestion”, Words by Christian Daa Larson from YOUR FORCES AND HOW TO USE THEM. Music, “Summer Days” from Kai Engel. Performance by Maxximillian Dafoe.

Mar 27 2017

37mins

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Episode 013: See No Evil

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Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode 013: See No Evil

“The most common challenges we face are our own beliefs.” —Maxximillian Dafoe

Would you follow through on your promise to enact vengeance even if it meant hurting a friend? When do you have the right to renege on a promise? What if it’s a matter of life or death—when is it fair to share a secret?

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Modern Radio Drama is written, performed & produced by Maxximillian Dafoe. Want more Mollyville? Get manuscripts, maps and more by becoming my patron. Visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.

Inspirational Intro

  • Music. “Summer Days” by Kai Engel
  • Words. “Concentration and the Power Back of Suggestion”, an excerpt from Your Forces and How To Use Them by Christian Da Larson
  • Performance. Maxximillian Dafoe

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is based on Mollyville: Humble Beginnings, a dystopian suspense novel written by Maxximillian Dafoe—available on Amazon.

  • “Hang Ups (Want You)” by Otis McDonald
  • “Difference” by Kai Engel
  • “Otis McMusic” by Otis McDonald
  • “Magic Part 2” by Otis McDonald

Additional Sounds…

  • “Parrots” from Robert Yurell
  • “Footsteps On Cement” from Tim Freyer

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Modern Radio Drama is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. For episode extras and more visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is a labor of (my) love.  If you’d like to support me and this podcast, you can become my patron for as little as $1 an episode at patreon.com/maxximillian.

Curious about what’s in it for you? Check out your patron rewards, here.

More Podcasts from Maxximillian Dafoe

Join my mailing list — When I find excellent things I like to share them. Get these gems in your inbox. No self-promotion. Just helpful information, books, videos, and well-vetted articles. Positive perspectives you’ll appreciate.

Connect with me at twitter.com/maxximillian, facebook.com/maxximilliandafoe, and instagram.com/imaxximillian.

And if you’d like to drop me a line one-to-one you can always use the contact form on the front page of my website to send me a message.

BOOM! Here’s your 2-minute Pep Talk — Listen NOW: Encouraging words to light you up from the inside out! (Go ahead and give it a tap, you know you’re curious!)

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology.

Listen on iTunes…

Subscribe via RSS…

Mar 16 2017

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Episode 012: Who’s The Boss

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Imagination paves the way for destiny. We are as we believe. 

Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama Episode 012: Who’s The Boss features inspirational words “How We Govern the Forces We Possess” by Christian Daa Larson. Music “Seeing The Future” by Dexter Brian. Performance by Taryn Maxximillian Dafoe.

Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama Episode 012: Who’s The Boss Musical Features in order of occurrence…

  • “Seeing The Future” by Dexter Brian
  • “Lagos 2030 A.D.” by Otis McDonald
  • “La La La” by Otis McDonald

SFX

  • Yap Audio, “Gravel Footfall Countryside”
  • Saam18, “Walking Wooden Bridge Fall Leafs Creek”
  • Airborne80, “Walking Over Wooden Bridge”
  • Denis Chapon, “Big Wooden Open Door”
  • Hybrid V, “Creepy Dungeon Door Slam”
  • Ethan Crawford & Keri, “Native Flute”
  • Thaigh Audio, “Showering Sequence”
  • Rocotilos, “Pen Drawer”

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

MORE FROM MAXXIMILLIAN
Afterlife Paranormal Satire Audio Drama
Maxximillian Presents: Thematic, an uplifting podcast for curious minds
Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Want more Mollyville? Get more by becoming my patron. Visit patreon.com/maxximillian and take a look around.

Feb 13 2017

24mins

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Episode 011: Requiem For A Dream

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Janik puts his complete faith in Plateau Nick’s promise of a better life and convinces Nohl to give up their life of petty crime, but not without a fight.

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast Episode 011: Requiem For A Dream featuring inspirational words from Christian Daa Larson, YOUR FORCES AND HOW TO USE THEM, “The Ruling Principles of Man”. Music from Kevin MacLeod, and Otis McDonald.

CREDITS

011 Inspirational Feature “The Ruling Principle of Man”

Opening words by Christian Daa Larson, an excerpt from YOUR FORCES AND HOW TO USE THEM. Music, “Ghost Dance” by Kevin MacLeod. Performance by Maxximillian Dafoe.

Musical Features in order of occurrence…

  • “Ghost Dance” by Kevin MacLeod
  • “Otis McMusic” by Otis McDonald
  • “Hang Ups (Want You)” by Otis McDonald
  • “Stay” by Otis McDonald

SFX

  • Gutek, “Footsteps In Forest”
  • Digifish Music, “Walking on a Gravel Path by the Sea”
  • Robert Urell, “Parrots Arrive”
  • Nikeran, “A creek in a Forest”

Additional music/sounds by Maxximillian Dafoe

More from Maxximillian

Afterlife Paranormal Satire Audio Drama

Maxximillian Presents: Thematic, an uplifting podcast for curious minds

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Want more Mollyville? Get manuscripts, maps, and more by becoming my patron. Visit patreon.com/maxximillian and take a look around.

Are you enjoying this podcast? Leave Your iTunes Review & Subscribe—thank you!

Feb 06 2017

45mins

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Episode 010: Sugar-Free

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Janik comes to terms with the likelihood of his future in Mollyville—he wants a way out. Nick makes one of the grifters an offer they can’t refuse.

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast Episode 010: Sugar-free

MUSIC

Musical features for the Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Episode 010: “Realness” by Kai Engel; “Hang Ups (Want You)” by Otis McDonald; “La La La” by Otis McDonald; “Everything’s Nice” by Jingle Punks

SOUNDS

“Quiet forest with frogs and birds” from psnflute1984; “Playing with a lighter” from Janevdmerwe1995; the sounds of walking on grass from Jankoehl; “Blackbird in forest” from Carlito62; “Forest birds woodpecker” from Costaipsa; “Grass Falls” from Project Trident; “Waterlake” from Fabian Gutscher; “Walking on a gravel path by the sea” from Digifish Music; “Light rain and owl” from Geodylabs; “Tawny Owls” from Ben Boncan; “Deepbreathing” from Robinhood76; “Opening a creaky door” from Leady; “Party sounds”, “Gasp”, and that lovely lady’s “Laugh” from Freqman; “Brazilian Street Bar” from Suprasummun; “Talking people” from Szalonegacie; “Wine bar ambiance” from Rbn Yng; “Crowd in a bar” from Leandros Ntounis; “Solitary Beach” from Baidocin; “Small crowd cheering” from Howard V; “Yay” from Dr. Skiz —courtesy of freesound.org. Blackbird bird calls and river sounds from soundbible.com.

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? Download the book. Mollyville Humble Beginnings. Book one of the Mollyville series available on Amazon and by visiting tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville.

Visit patreon.com/maxximillian for more Mollyville goodies.

RELEVANT LINKS

Leave your iTunes Review

Download Mollyville: Humble Beginnings

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

The Writer & Angelino Show with Maxximillian Dafoe

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Support for Mollyville

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama podcast employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

A dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is translated as “not-good place”, an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his most well-known work, Utopia (the blueprint for an ideal society with no crime or poverty). Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

Nov 28 2016

38mins

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Episode 09: As A Man Thinketh

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Janik, determined not to fall into tired old patterns of self-abuse, begins making friends in Mollyville independently of Nohl who stalks from a distance.

MUSIC

“Lagos 2030 A.D.” by Otis McDonald

“Find My Way Home” by Otis McDonald

“The Story Unfolds” by Jingle Punks

Additional sounds by Maxximillian Dafoe

This week’s episode features a trailer from Subject: FOUND an audio drama adventure from my fellow audio dramatist Paul Sating about one man’s obsession with proving the truth on a mythbusting quest in the wilderness of northwest America. Who or what is he searching for? Listen to the trailer for Subject: FOUND at the end of this episode for the answer.

Mollyville: Humble Beginnings is available for immediate download from amazon.com or by visiting the author’s website at tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville where you can read the first seven chapters free. 

Did you enjoy this podcast? Support your podcast host and friendly scribe – that’s me! – at patreon.com/maxximillian.

You can also choose to show your appreciation by leaving a positive iTunes review for the Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast. (I read each and every review, and I especially appreciate you letting me know that you’re listening.)

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama podcast employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

A dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is translated as “not-good place”, an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his most well-known work, Utopia (the blueprint for an ideal society with no crime or poverty). Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

RELEVANT LINKS

Leave your iTunes Review

Download Mollyville: Humble Beginnings

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

The Writer & Angelino Show with Maxximillian Dafoe

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Support for Mollyville

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Nov 14 2016

22mins

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Episode 08: Fresh Meat — Plateau Nick

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A pair of gigolo travelers blows into town—they’d been a trio but the third man, Nick discovers, died under violent circumstances.

Are you enjoying this podcast? Yeah? Yeah! Write me a poem as an iTunes review.

I love poems. It doesn’t even have to be about this story! Whatever poem you write, take a screenshot and tweet it to me—maybe I’ll read it on the next podcast.

This week’s listener poem from Jesse Hall, the second loudest voice on Tales of Thattown, a podcast about a small town, nice people and supernatural forces. Find it on iTunes and anyplace you listen to podcasts.

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama podcast employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

A dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is translated as “not-good place”, an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his most well-known work, Utopia (the blueprint for an ideal society with no crime or poverty). Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

Thank you for listening to the Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast.

MUSIC

Musical features in Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast Ep 08: Fresh Meat…

‘Everything’s Nice’ by Jingle Punks

‘Hang Ups (Want You)’ by Otis McDonald

‘Lagos 2030 A.D.’ by Otis McDonald

RELEVANT LINKS

Leave your iTunes Review

Download Mollyville: Humble Beginnings

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Oct 31 2016

18mins

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Episode 07: Money, Power, Respect

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Why is Goldie so nefarious? Find out this week when we take a trip down memory lane to her violent past.

Last we saw Bjørn he was in rough shape. His son, Jas, the most rotten of the Olsen apples dropped a bomb on Bjørn which sent him straight to the bar where he ran into none other than the one person he promised his wife he’d leave alone, Mx. Goldie Glās who dropped another bomb on Bjørn with a confirmation that she in fact is having a relationship with Bjørn’s married son Axel—and that regardless of Bjørn and Eva’s feelings about it, she doesn’t intend to stop; loud-talking Bjørn in the crowded bar, Goldie kicked it up a notch by threatening Bjørn that he and his wife would do best to mind their own business. Sound advice, surely.

This week in Mollyville we take a trip down memory lane back to Goldie’s not too distant violent past.

Special Feature

This week’s episode features a trailer for Wynabego Warrior, an audio drama podcast that brings you into a modern day Wild West fantasy  so real that you’ll smell the vegan meat cooking over the open flame of the fire. Intelligent, subtle humor, excellent writing, brilliant acting and flawless execution. You’ll hear the trailer at the end of this song. Give it a listen. #EagleScreech

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? Download the book. You can read the first seven chapters free at tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville.

Or visit patreon.com/maxximillian, become my fiction lover famiglia and listen to future episodes before they’re released for as little as $4.

Are you enjoying this podcast? Yeah? Yeah! Write me a poem as an iTunes review.

I love poems. It doesn’t even have to be about this story! Whatever poem you write, take a screenshot and tweet it to me—maybe I’ll read some of them on the next podcast (if I get any… hint hint)!

Dip those quills!

Music

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast Episode 07: Money, Power, Respect: Episode 07 Musical Features: Hang Ups (Want You) by Otis McDonald; Ever Felt by Otis McDonald; Dreams Become Real by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) – Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1500027 – Artist: http://incompetech.com/

RELEVANT LINKS

Leave your iTunes Review

Download Mollyville: Humble Beginnings

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

The Writer & Angelino Show with Maxximillian Dafoe

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Support for Mollyville

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama podcast employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.
A dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is translated as “not-good place”, an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his most well-known work, Utopia (the blueprint for an ideal society with no crime or poverty). Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

Oct 24 2016

20mins

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Episode 06: Point of No Return

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Your mind is comprised of the highest technology in existence, but what’s your operating system?

You’re in a conversation. Whatever they’re saying, you don’t agree. The thought pops into your mind that if you say the particular thing you’re thinking, the disagreement will escalate to a level you’re both sure not to enjoy. The problem is this: it’s the one thing you want to say the most. You want to say it more than anything—because it’s true and it’s right, but you can already see the drama on the wall. You resolve not to say it. But the next moment, it’s out of your mouth.

Snake eyes.

You’re screwed. You said it. They heard it—maybe they even made you repeat it with something like, “WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY?” and because you’d already gone too far and can’t see any way back, you repeat the thing you just said.

Why?

Last time we visited Mollyville together Goldie was relishing in her freedom from the sticky web of Olsen family secrets, Oedipal sons and the sexually reckless lives of Eva and Bjørn Olsen.

DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE

Snake eyes

Dystopia

Psychological projection

Oedipus

Oedipus complex

MUSIC

Musical features for The Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama Podcast Episode 06: Point of No Return, in order of occurrence, are “Hang Ups (Want You)” by Otis McDonald and “One More Chance” also by Otis McDonald

SPECIAL FEATURE

This week’s episode features a trailer for Big Data, an audio drama podcast about taking over the internet, from my podcast brethren Ryan Estrada. You’ll hear it right after “One More Chance”. Give it a listen.

NEXT WEEK

Join me next week for Episode 07: Money, Power, Respect. We’ll take a trip down memory lane back in time to Goldie’s not too distant violent past.

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? Download the book. You can read the first seven chapters free at tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville.

Or visit patreon.com/maxximillian, become my fiction lover famiglia and listen to future episodes before they’re released for as little as $4.

Are you enjoying this podcast? Yeah? Yeah! Write me a poem as an iTunes review!

I love poems. It doesn’t even have to be about this story! Whatever poem you write, take a screenshot and tweet it to me—maybe I’ll read some of them on the next podcast (if I get any… hint hint)!

Dip those quills!

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama podcast employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

A dystopia is a community or society that is undesirable or frightening. It is translated as “not-good place”, an antonym of utopia, a term that was coined by Sir Thomas More and figures as the title of his most well-known work, Utopia (the blueprint for an ideal society with no crime or poverty). Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopias are often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, environmental disaster, or other characteristics associated with a cataclysmic decline in society. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology. (Source: Wikipedia)

RELEVANT LINKS

Follow Maxximillian on Twitter

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

The Writer & Angelino Blog

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Support for Mollyville

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Oct 18 2016

21mins

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Episode 05: Ties That Bind

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Each one of us, in our own way, is idealistic but in practice, how much freedom do we really give others when it comes to being vocal with our opinions of another’s behavior, lifestyle or beliefs?

This week in Mollyville we hook up with none other than the notorious Goldie, the hooker with a heart of coal and pockets full of gold. She has definite ideas about her worth and isn’t willing to compromise an inch. Why should she?

After all we only get the respect we demand.

Musical features in this episode are “Lagos 2030 A.D.” by Otis McDonald and “Behind Closed Doors” by Otis McDonald. Additional sounds by Maxximillian Dafoe.

Special in this episode: A trailer from The Family Tree Podcast—A magical realist drama about family, belonging, change and identity. It’s a compelling mystery. The trailer plays after the outro, and I guarantee you’ll be intrigued. It’s one of my latest obsessions. There’s even a hotline to call with your own theories about what  happened to… well, I won’t spoil it. After the episode, stay and give a listen.

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? Download the book. You can read the first seven chapters free at tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville.

Or visit patreon.com/maxximillian, become my fiction lover famiglia for just $4 and listen to future episodes before they’re released. I’ve been busy with my microphone so a fat batch of mollyville episodes are coming—and if you’re my patron, they’re coming for YOU.

There are other goodies there for my patrons at all levels. Take a look around, and help if you can. Mollyville will always be free for you to download and listen to. I deeply appreciate your support.

Oct 10 2016

11mins

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Episode 04: What Lies Beneath

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Your mind is comprised of the highest technology in existence, but what’s your operating system?

Last we left the Olsens, Eva told Bjorn that their relationship with Goldie was over. Since then, Kristoff and Antigone Olsen have become despondent and Bjorn, plagued with unanswered questions and dangerous ideas, is in distress. But what about Eva…?

Musical Features in this episode: Hang Ups (Want You) by Otis McDonald; One More Chance by Otis McDonald

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? Download the book. You can read the first seven chapters free.  Or visit patreon.com/maxximillian, become my fiction lover famiglia and binge listen to future episodes before they’re released. I’ve been busy with my microphone so a fat batch of mollyville episodes are coming.

LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE

Official Site for Maxximillian Dafoe

The Writer & Angelino Blog

Mollyville on Pinterest

Maxximillian on Tumblr

Dopamine releasing SomaFM internet radio (with no ads ever)

Official Mollyville Website

Support for Mollyville

Novels by Maxximillian Dafoe

Mollyville: Humble Beginnings is available on Amazon as an eBook. Get it. If you prefer paper books, visit patreon.com/maxximillian and become my patron, as my patron, it’s easy to send me a little message inside Patreon to let me know that you want a hardcopy. As soon as they’re available, my patrons will be the first to receive hardcover bindings of the book. And if you write me a review and email me a screenshot, I will enter you into a giveaway to receive an absolutely free—paper copy of the Mollyville: Humble Beginnings book. I’ll pay for shipping—and I’ll even autograph it to you personally, if you want. Visit tarynmaxximilliandafoe.com/mollyville for details on how to win.

Oct 03 2016

12mins

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Episode 03: A Bird in the Hand

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Last we left Bjørn, he’d been walking toward home after a night on the town with his crush, the most captivating creature he’d ever met, the beautiful Goldie. Passing up an opportunity to take their physical relationship to the next level, Bjørn excused himself and went home to his wife, Eva who seems rarely to be at home…

There’s infidelity in the Olsen house, a reversal of fortune as things seem to be working out for Bjørn, and a harbinger of trouble to come.

But first, a few words about the protagonist of the Mollyville Dystopian Fiction Podcast—a closer look at Bjørn Olsen, the man with a heart of gold and a dark past…

If this is the first episode you’re listening to, go back and begin at the beginning. So much happens in each episode, I don’t want you to have left any scandalous morsel out.

Mollyville: Humble Beginnings is available on Amazon as an eBook. Get it.

Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? You can read the first seven chapters of Mollyville: Humble Beginnings free on Amazon. Just google: Mollyville Humble Beginnings and you’ll see the link at the top of the page leading you to the kindle edition of the book.

CREDITS
Musical Features for Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode 03: A Bird in the Hand

  • “Hang Ups (Want You)” by Otis McDonald
  • “Sun 40” by Otis McDonald
  • “Direct To Video” by Chris Zabriskie

Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Modern Radio Drama is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. For episode extras and more visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is a labor of (my) love.  If you’d like to support me and this podcast, you can become my patron for as little as $1 an episode at patreon.com/maxximillian.

Curious about what’s in it for you? Check out your patron rewards, here.

More from Maxximillian Dafoe

Join my mailing list — When I find excellent things I like to share them. Get these gems in your inbox. No self-promotion. Just helpful information, books, videos, and well-vetted articles. Positive perspectives you’ll appreciate.

Connect with me at twitter.com/maxximillian, facebook.com/maxximilliandafoe, and instagram.com/imaxximillian.

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BOOM! Here’s your 2-minute Pep Talk — Listen NOW: Encouraging words to light you up from the inside out! (Go ahead and give it a tap, you know you’re curious!)

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology.

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Sep 27 2016

26mins

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Episode 02: First World Problems

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Bjørn, a married man, pursues Goldie capturing her attention, but now what? His wife gives him such a wide berth… How far does he want to go?

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. For episode extras and more visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama is a labor of (my) love.  If you’d like to support me and this podcast, you can become my patron for as little as $1 an episode at patreon.com/maxximillian.

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More Podcasts from Maxximillian Dafoe

Join my mailing list — When I find excellent things I like to share them. Get these gems in your inbox. No self-promotion. Just helpful information, books, videos, and well-vetted articles. Positive perspectives you’ll appreciate.

Connect with me at twitter.com/maxximillian, facebook.com/maxximilliandafoe, and instagram.com/imaxximillian.

And if you’d like to drop me a line one-to-one you can always use the contact form on the front page of my website to send me a message.

BOOM! Here’s your 2-minute Pep Talk — Listen NOW: Encouraging words to light you up from the inside out! (Go ahead and give it a tap, you know you’re curious!)

Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology.

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CREDITS
Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode 02 Musical Features

“Birdbrainz” by Otis McDonald
“Fingers” by Otis McDonald

Sep 12 2016

8mins

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Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode 01: What You Wish For

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In the seaside community of Mollyville, Bjørn Olsen, a healing psychopath in the golden years of self-recovery, laden with his rotten adult children, a careless, promiscuous wife and a vindictive ex-girlfriend, struggles to stay in the light as things fall apart.

This week in Mollyville… At the opening reception of an art exhibition, Bjorn Olsen meets the woman of his dreams—in addition to his wife, that is…

Mollyville Modern Radio Drama — a dystopian suspense fantasy — is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. For episode extras and more visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.

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Can’t wait until next week to find out what happens next? Buy this title on Amazon.

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And if you’d like to drop me a line one-to-one you can always use the contact form on the front page of my website to send me a message.

BOOM! Here’s your 2-minute Pep Talk — Listen NOW: Encouraging words to light you up from the inside out! (Go ahead and give it a tap, you know you’re curious!)

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Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology.

Sep 05 2016

20mins

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